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There seem to be some oddities in quadratic reciprocity. For example, why is $\mathbf{F}_{p^s}$ introduced in the first sentence when it is not used again? Who is K.G.F. Gauss? (I’ve heard of C.F. Gauss, more rarely J.C.F. Gauss, but I’ve never seen K.G.F.)
If no one minds, I may go in and make changes, but if someone had plans for the article, then I’d like to hear first.
There is no entry called precisely quadratic reciprocity in my universe. Hallo, Toddiverse ?
quadratic reciprocity law, then.
Hm, that is something I have mainly created. :) Please free to edit, I am a total outsider in this...
Okay, thanks. I have now greatly expanded the article, and included two proofs (one being Zolotarev’s, which I’ve never properly worked through until now, and which is very nice).
There are lot of places where hyperlinks could be added, but I’m a little tired now. Go wild, if you like. :-)
Yes, this needs links, but for now I've just put in the redirect from quadratic reciprocity.
I’ve now inserted a bunch of links, including some gray ones.
I did a few more.
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